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Royal Navy Moves to Repair Damaged Submarine

The vessel struck by the submarine HMS Ambush last Wednesday afternoon has been identified by British media as the chemical tanker Vemaoil XXIII. Other media sources have reported the tanker involved in the accident as the 180,000 dwt crude carrier Andreas.  The UK Royal Navy said

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The vessel struck by the submarine HMS Ambush last Wednesday afternoon has been identified by British media as the chemical tanker Vemaoil XXIII. Other media sources have reported the tanker involved in the accident as the 180,000 dwt crude carrier Andreas.  The UK Royal Navy said

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The vessel struck by the submarine HMS Ambush last Wednesday afternoon has been identified by British media as the chemical tanker Vemaoil XXIII. Other media sources have reported the tanker involved in the accident as the 180,000 dwt crude carrier Andreas.  The UK Royal Navy said

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